Exvision Announced HSV SDK schedule and H.S.V Sensor adoption

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Exvision Announced HSV SDK schedule and H.S.V Sensor adoption

Category: News Created: Wednesday, 17 May 2017

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News Release

May 17, 2017 

Exvision Corporation 


HSV SDK adopts a High-Speed Vision Sensor,
and ships within this calendar year



Exvision Corporation (HQ: Tokyo, Japan; CEO: Akio Fujii) has announced the release schedule of both beta and production versions of the HSV SDK (High Speed Vision Software Development Kit) evaluation board equipped with Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation[1]’s IMX382, a high-speed vision sensor capable of detection and tracking of objects at 1000 frames per second.

The University of Tokyo’s Ishikawa Watanabe Lab[2], the research laboratory from which Exvision was spun off, has been researching high speed computer vision and its applications since 1989. The countless unique research results born from the lab continues to garner worldwide attention.

Exvision’s following announcements will help to accelerate the adoption of high-speed vision solutions that utilize the aforementioned IMX382 high-speed vision sensor.

l  The HSV SDK evaluation board, which serves as a development and implementation environment for high-speed computer vision solutions, has been equipped with the IMX382 high-speed vision sensor.

l  A limited number of the HSV SDK beta version will be available for purchase in September 2017.

l  The commercial version will be released December 2017.


General diagram of the IMX382-equipped evaluation board’s Camera Unit & Host System below:

En Camera Host



Components of the SDK’s software below:




HSV SDK’s price will be announced at a later date. Exvision is currently accepting pre-orders for the beta version. For more information, please contact Exvision High-Speed Vision Platform Group at the email below. The release schedule announced today is subject to change.


For more details, please contact to Exvision High-Speed Vision Platform Group

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[1] the announcement by Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation:

[2] the University of Tokyo’s Ishikawa-Watanabe Laboratory: